JET 5.1: How to integrate a chatbot in your JET application by Luc Bors


Recently I have been working on a customer chatbot project. Although it was not a direct requirement, I decided to look into embedding the chatbot in a web application too. You will never know what the future brings. It struck me that is I could not find any blogposts related to this topic. The only thing is a youtube video by Oracle PM (see resources below) describing how to do this.
There can be several reasons as why this has not been blogged about:
Nobody is doing chatbot integration in a Javascript UI yet.

Oracle Documentation is clear enough.

It is very simple so why bother blogging.

Anyway, despite of any of these reasons, I decide to write a post on this topic, so that at least I can refer to this myself whenever I need it. So here it is: How to integrate a chatbot in your JET application. This post does not go into the details of creating a chatbot, it just explains how to integrate one in you JET application (or any other Javascript application fo that matter).

What do you need?

For this solution to work, you need to have an instance to Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise (OMCe), or Autonomous Mobile Cloud Enterprise (AMCe) in order to use the chatbot functionality. I have access to AMCe and can use the sample CrCPizzaBot. This bot is an example that ships with AMCe (and OMCe ?) Note that the solution described below works with any Oracle Cloud Chatbot.

Step one: Download the SDK’s

To download the SDK’s you need to click the downloads link in your Cloud Environment. This will take you to the page that contains all the downloads for Oracle Autonomous Mobile Cloud Enterprise (AMCe). Read the complete article here


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